Harvest Moon by Denise Hunter // Review

My Review:

When tragedy strikes divorced couple Gavin and Laurel find themselves guardians of a darling little girl, can they become the family that Emma needs?

A romantic story of love, loss, and second chances. Gavin and Laurel drop everything to be there for the daughter of their deceased friends, the story is told in the present as well as the past as we see the things that brought Laurel and Gavin together and eventually apart. I loved that we finally get to see things through Gavin's perspective after the previous books focused on his siblings. It was fun revisiting the Robinsons, and Emma is just so darn cute. 

I liked how the author used a dual timeline to tell their story, and we see how they grew in their time apart as well. I loved Gavin and Laurel's devotion to little Emma, and how they make her a priority from the start. 

Overall, a heartwarming romance with strong themes of forgiveness, with a unique twist on second chance romance. A must read for those who read the previous books, but could also stand on its own. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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